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A rare opportunity to acquire a Grade II Listed detached stone built former farmhouse thought to date back, in part, to the sixteenth century. The property benefits from a wealth of period features including an inglenook fireplace in the Dining Hall which has a bacon cupboard and salt cupboard. There is a further inglenook fireplace with a bread oven and there are exposed wall, ceiling and roof timbers throughout as well as flagstone floors, window seats and an early Cheese Press in the dairy cottage. The accommodation itself in the main house briefly comprises: Porch, Dining Hall, Sitting Room, Family Room, Snug, Kitchen/Breakast Room with AGA and walk-in pantry, Garden/Utility Room, Three Bedrooms on the first floor, all with En-Suite Facilities and a Study/Landing. To the rear of the property there is detached stone built holiday cottage, formerly a dairy, comprising a Sitting Room with log-burner, Kitchenette, Cloakroom, Double Bedroom and Bathroom. The cottage could provide useful ancillary accommodation or an additional income stream.
The property is situated in the heart of this popular village on the Warwickshire/ Worcestershire borders almost midway between Evesham and Stratford-upon-Avon.
Cleeve Prior is a thriving village with a fine old church, a public house known as The Kings Arms, a primary school and village shop. There is a mainline railway station serving London Paddington at Evesham 4 miles away.
Peacock House is one of the oldest houses fronting onto The Green and has a distinctive yew tree in the front garden which has been shaped to resemble the eponymous bird and dates back well over a hundred years. At the front is there is a cottage garden enclosed by holly hedging with a path to the front door and side pedestrian access on either side to the rear. A gravelled driveway provides Off Road Parking and there is a separate Double Garage which is situated opposite the property adjoining the village hall. The attractive rear gardens extend to approximately a third of an acre being initially laid to a stone flagged terrace to the rear of the main house with a small separate garden behind the dairy cottage with a timber framed summerhouse. A pathway leads to the remainder of the garden which has lawned areas, well-stocked borders, mature specimen trees and a vegetable garden with greenhouses. There is also an orchard to the rear of the garden with a variety of apple trees.
Council tax band G - £2638.13 (2016/17)
All mains services connected.
Three Bedrooms with En-Suite facilities
Self-Contained One Bedroom detached stone holiday cottage
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